5 years at Gartner
13 years industry experience
Roles and Responsibilities
Jonathan Davenport works in the Industries group, where Mr. Davenport is responsible for two IoT coverage areas; connected and autonomous vehicles; and broader autonomous things (including drones, robots and ships). To date his thought leading research provides actionable information about how to develop new differentiated business models for clients who utilize sensors and devices in connected and autonomous vehicles. His research is designed to help product leaders and CIOs take advantage of the opportunities that arise from the rapidly changing competitive landscape. He advises clients on a range of topics including; software-defined vehicles, direct and indirect monetization strategies; digitization; mapping; security; connectivity technology including telematics, 5G, vehicle to everything (V2X) and over-the-air (OTA) software updates; and smart cities topics such as smart parking and e-tolling.
Jonathan Davenport's Recent Gartner Activity
Lessons From Mining: 4 Autonomous Thing Benefit Zones for Manufacturers
Win Asset-Intensive Manufacturing Business Using Gartner’s Enterprise Technology Adoption Profiles
Maverick* Research: Reflection, Distortion or Deception — the Metaverse’s Impact on Corporate and Personal Identity
The Revolution in the Automotive Sector Reshapes Digital Manufacturing
07 June 2021
On-Demand & Upcoming Webinars
Mr. Davenport provided strategic planning advice to leadership teams, boards and investors to help them evaluate new market opportunities, develop compelling product collateral and publish engaging thought leadership content to support customer engagement. Examples of custom-research key account projects he's worked on in the past includes BT Global Services and Openreach (communications services company, HQ: U.K., group revenue: 19 billion pounds), HTC (smartphone manufacturer, HQ: Taiwan, revenue: 15 billion dollars), Epson (printer manufacturer, HQ: Japan, revenue: 9.7 billion dollars), Informa Group (business intelligence company, HQ: U.K., revenue: 1.2 billion dollars), Arqiva (communications infrastructure and media services company, HQ: U.K., revenue: 1 billion pounds), and Telent (technology and network services provider, HQ: U.K., revenue: 400 million pounds).
E.ON (Energy Utility Company), Various Analyst and Management Roles, 7 years
Gartner, Director, Analyst, 4 years
Milner Strategic Marketing (Business Consultancy), Head of Market Analysis, 9 years